The« Centre for Oxygen, Research and Development» (CORD) created in 1991 brings together more than 40 researchers around a common theme:

“the involvement of reactive nitrogen and oxygen and species (RNOS) in human and animal pathology as well as in physiology and cellular / molecular biology”.

The “CORD” is a thematic research unit of the University of Liege internationally recognized for its expertise in the assessment of mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress.


Linalux-Montlesoie is an applied research center that is emerging as a center of excellence at the disposal of the entire equine industry.

The main topic is dedicated to the study of the musculoskeletal system of the horse. The research focuses on the developmental orthopedic diseases and the prevention of osteoarthritis and tendonitis.

On the other hand, Linalux-Montlesoie conducts research in the field of equine reproduction and provides to the breeders  a service to collect, to freeze and to export semen of the best stallions.